My son is 17 and a junior. We live in NH. He is miserable at school. Even though it is May he really wants to get out of this school. He would like to do school on line. Can I just pull him out and allow him to do online school? What would I do and how quickly can I get this done?
Yes, you can. Do some research, find a program you want, and find out what it takes to enroll him. I imagine you can probably do it right away.
You might also talk with the guidance department at his current school. They are likely to know what some of the online programs are, and they might be able to help you. They're not in competition (they don't get a commission if they keep your son in their school) -- they want what is best for him.
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